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[texts]A woman's life-work: labors and experiences of Laura S. Haviland (Volume 1) - Haviland, Laura S. (Laura Smith), 1808-1898
Canadian-born Laura Haviland (1808-1898) was an evangelically-minded Quaker and later (for a time) a Wesleyan Methodist, active in education and social justice issues throughout her life. A Woman's Life Work is, above all, a religious autobiography chronicling her conversion experience and her desire to express faith through benevolent social action. She was brought up in New York State but moved to Raisin, Lenawee County, Michigan, following her marriage at sixteen...
Keywords: Underground Railroad; Freedmen; United States -- Race relations
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